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Meet the Team

Our professional team includes individuals with disabilities, providing our members with inspiring and encouraging role models.

 

In addition to holding multiple credentials and certificates, the team has a wealth of experience working with youth with disabilities. These include first aid, youth mental health first aid, epilepsy awareness, safeguarding children and teenagers with SEND, autism awareness, and sports-specific training. We take great pride in making sure that our volunteers and employees maintain current knowledge and skills through frequent training and ongoing professional development.

A Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check is required of all of our volunteers and employees, and outside coaches and activity providers must show proof of a DBS.  Our safeguarding standards include DBS checks as a mandatory component, and certifications are renewed periodically to guarantee they remain current.

22-year-old Georgie Hart is the company's Director and Community Ambassador. She said: "Growing up as a disabled girl was hard at times, but I never let this stop me! I wish I'd had something like this. Not every girl likes the same things, so we offer sport, art, drama, trips and a pop culture club with fashion, film, and books."

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